Oracle Database: SQL

  • Registration Start Date : ➤ 2018-07-01
  • Registration End Date : ➤ 2018-10-28
  • Venue : ➤ Oracle Lab





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Oracle Database: SQL

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  • ➤ 2018-07-01
  • ➤ 2018-10-28
  • ➤ 2018-10-28
  • ➤ 2019-01-31
  • ➤ 3 Hours
  • ➤ 05.30 pm - 08.30 pm
  • ➤ Oracle Lab

Description

 

COURSE OVERVIEW

Oracle Database 12c: SQL

   

Duration/Training Format /Global

12 Days (36 Hrs.)

   

Description

Oracle DBAs manage the industry's most advanced information systems and command some of the highest salaries. This course is your first step towards success as an Oracle professional.

You learn concepts of relational databases, to create database structures and to store, retrieve, and manipulate data. Here you learn to query using Basic SQL Statements, restrict, sort, perform single row functions and group the queried data.

You will write advanced SELECT statements and use advanced techniques such as ROLLUP, CUBE, set operators, and hierarchical retrieval. You will query multiple tables, perform nested queries, implement constraints, use date and time functions, and create sequences and views.

You learn to write SQL and SQL*Plus script files using the iSQL*Plus tool to generate report-like output. Demonstrations and hands-on practice reinforce the fundamental concepts. The SQL Workshop will enhance your learning experience of SQL.

 

Course Objectives

  • Describe relational and object relational database concepts

  • Retrieve, insert, update, and delete data

  • Use the Single row and Group functions

  • Retrieve data using additional advanced techniques like using ROLLUP, CUBE, set operators, correlated subqueries and hierarchical Solve problems by using multicolumn subqueries, subqueries in the from clause of a SELECT statement, correlated subqueries,

  • Use the iSQL*Plus environment

  • Write scripts to generate script files

  • Generate reports using iSQL*Plus

  • Create and maintain database objects

  • Control transactions

  • Control data/user access

  • Use the Oracle10g Single row functions

  • Use GROUPING SETS and the WITH clause

  • Use the Oracle10g extensions to DML and DDL statements

  • Apply techniques in real life simulation

Course Topics

Writing a Basic SQL Statement

  • Describing the SQL Select Capabilities

  • Executing a Basic Select Statement with the Mandatory Clauses

  • Differentiating Between SQL and iSQL*Plus Commands

Restricting and Sorting Data

  • Limiting the Rows Retrieved by a Query

  • Sorting the Rows Retrieved by a Query

Single Row Functions

  • Describing Various Types of Functions Available in SQL

  • Using a Variety of Character, Number, and Date Functions in SELECT Statements

  • Explaining What the Conversion Functions Are and How They Are Used

  • Using Control Statements

Displaying Data from Multiple Tables

  • Writing SELECT Statements to Access Data from More Than One Table

  • Describing the Cartesian Product

  • Describing and Using the Different Types of Joins

  • Writing Joins Using the Tips Provided

Aggregating Data by Using Group Functions

  • Identifying the Different Group Functions Available

  • Explaining the Use of Group Functions

  • Grouping Data by Using the GROUP BY Clause

Writing Subqueries

  • Describing the Types of Problems That Subqueries Can Solve

  • Describing Subqueries

  • Listing the Types of Subqueries

  • Writing Single-Row and Multi-Row Subqueries

  • Describing and Explaining the Behavior of Subqueries When NULL Values Are Retrieved

Producing Readable Output with iSQL*Plus

  • Producing Queries That Require an Input Variable

  • Customizing the iSQL*Plus Environment

  • Producing More Readable Output

  • Creating and Executing Script Files

Manipulating Data

  • Describing Each Data Manipulation Language (DML) Command

  • Inserting Rows into a Table

  • Updating Rows in a Table

  • Deleting Rows from a Table

  • Merging Rows into a Table

  • Controlling Transactions

  • Describing Transaction Processing

  • Describing Read Consistency and Implicit and Explicit Locking

Creating and Managing Tables

  • Describing the Main Database Objects

  • Creating Tables

  • Describing the Oracle Data Types

  • Altering Table Definitions

  • Dropping, Renaming, and Truncating Tables

Including Constraints

  • Describing Constraints

  • Creating and Maintaining Constraints

Creating Views

  • Describing Views and Their Uses

  • Creating a View

  • Retrieving Data by Means of a View

  • Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data Through Views

  • Dropping Views

  • Altering the Definition of a View

  • Inline Views

  • Top 'N' Analysis

Other Database Objects

  • Creating, Maintaining, and Using Sequences

  • Creating and Maintaining Indexes

  • Creating Private and Public Synonyms

Controlling User Access

  • Understanding the Concepts of Users, Roles, and Privileges

  • Granting and Revoking Object Privileges

  • Creating Roles and Granting Privileges to Roles

  • Creating Synonyms for Ease of Table Access

Using Set Operators

  • Describing the Set Operators

  • Obeying the Set Operators Rules and Guidelines

  • Using a Set Operator to Combine Multiple Queries into a Single Subquery

  • Controlling the Order of Rows Returned

Oracle 10g Datetime Functions

  • Using DATETIME Functions

  • Using the NVL2 Function to Handle NULL Values

Enhancements to the GROUP BY Clause

  • Using ROLLUP as an Extension to the GROUP BY Clause to Produce Subtotal Values

  • Using CUBE as an Extension to the GROUP BY Clause to Produce Cross-Tabulation Values

  • Using the GROUPING Function to Identify the Row Values Created by ROLLUP or CUBE Operators

  • Using GROUPING SETS to Produce a Single Result Set That Is Equivalent to a UNION ALL Approach

  • Using the WITH Clause

Advanced Subqueries

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